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24/06/2020

EBAA joins united European aviation calls for support for green recovery from
COVID-19

24 June 2020, Brussels. With the gradual restarting of passenger air transport in the coming weeks, leaders from over a dozen air transport associations representing Europe’s aviation sector today issued an urgent call for EU leaders to prioritise specific decarbonisation initiatives in their allocation of future COVID-19 recovery funding.
EBAA joins united European aviation calls for support for green recovery from
COVID-19
19/02/2020

The EBAA and Security

Business Aviation, unlike scheduled business models, is not predicated on a system of mass transportation which is dependent on a high seat-load factor to guarantee a sustainable margin; it is an on-demand transportation means, offering gains in time, privacy protection, travel flexibility, and better connectivity to regions.
The EBAA and Security
20/01/2020

A Roadmap for European Business aviation

By the end of 2019, over 1 million passengers will have boarded a business aircraft in Europe, and many factors will have driven this demand, from business and medical, to governmental needs for point-to-point transportation.
A Roadmap for European Business aviation
05/12/2019

European Business aviation in policies

EBAA advocates for policies that better the European Business aviation sector on behalf of more than 700 member companies. Developing and advocating for a changing industry is at the forefront of EBAA’s actions.
European Business aviation in policies
31/10/2019

Business aviation soaring to new heights in Malta

31 October 2019 (Valletta). As part of the premier edition of the Malta Aviation Conference and Exhibition (MACE - 30 October - 1 November in Valletta), the European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) and Malta Business Aviation Association (MBAA) are putting corporate aviation centre stage, demonstrating the significant impact the industry has had in Malta’s rapid growth.
Business aviation soaring to new heights in Malta
26/09/2019

European business aviation industry calls on EU and national legislators to prioritise the creation of inclusive aviation strategies

26 September, 2019 (Vienna). The European Business Aviation Association (EBAA), jointly with the Austrian Business Aviation Association (ABAA), has called on European and national legislative and regulatory authorities to engage in a constructive dialogue with the industry, to design inclusive and ambitious aviation policies for all airspace stakeholders.
European business aviation industry calls on EU and national legislators to prioritise the creation of inclusive aviation strategies
02/08/2019

Recruitment: Membership Coordinator

We are looking for an enthusiastic membership professional to join our membership department and provide creative ideas to help achieve our goals. Your primary goal will be to implement membership acquisition and retention strategies, and to meet ambitious targets to increase the EBAA’s membership among operators and business aviation suppliers.
Recruitment: Membership Coordinator
29/07/2019

Milan Linate Airport to temporarily close for renovations

Italy’s Milan Linate Airport (LIN) will close for about three months as part of a project to refurbish the runway and commercial terminal, according to a notice sent to airport tenants and users.
Milan Linate Airport to temporarily close for renovations
16/07/2019

Long-awaited Datalink exemption is a welcome change for Business aviation

16 July, 2019 (Brussels). The European Business Aviation Association welcomes the updated rules on equipping aircraft with data link services for the Single European Sky, and specifically the exemption for most of the aircraft used by the business aviation sector.
Long-awaited Datalink exemption is a welcome change for Business aviation
03/07/2019

Changes to non-objection procedures for flights to and from Russia

Operations to and from Russia by non-Russian operators need to obtain approval 5 days prior to the flight and a "non-objection" from 8 Russian operators. RUBAA (Russian United Business Aviation Association) informed us that the rules came out but without clear guidance or processes in place.
Changes to non-objection procedures for flights to and from Russia